studies performed in the absence of neurological changes are improbable in bringing positive data (10).
As a reference point this pain still defines her attention, and yet when the final poem of the book, "Miserere," comes, with its every-line-but-one end-stopped with a period--and that one line with a heavy comma--and its discrete, imagistic
progression, we feel, in the bones of the style, that a resting point has been reached, that a balance has been found which doesn't ignore the difficulty of living, but can, for once, live with it.
Dialogue takes center stage in both of these works, and, like his poetry and fiction, they are lyrical and imagistic
What, for example, does Dr Lakie mean by the 'Psyche's imagistic
mode of expression'?
Her repositioning of herself and her readers is highly self-conscious: she evokes an "I" who "actually" moves pictures around in her room, a metaphorical and imagistic
Rather than pontificating, however, curator Andres Mario Zervigon merely contextualizes Heartfield in relation to the imagistic
production of his time.
New approaches have to tap into the right-brain ones--creative, intuitive, imagistic
, and contextual.
Apostolos-Cappadona attends beautifully to the imagistic
Mary by tracing the development of Byzantine Mariological iconography and, in so doing, suggests new ways for understanding the relationship between word and image, connections between the East and West, and the role of "popular culture" in the uses of Mary images on pilgrimage souvenirs.
The poetry here is free verse in generally short lines, accessible, imagistic
Since I knew Alyssa liked and had a special rapport with children, I asked her to imagine that she had to translate Mozart's sentiments into terms a child would understand--that she had to speak to that child in a clear, demonstrative and imagistic
In this study I investigate the following claims as possible answers: that intuition grounds the behaviour of an imaginary scenario in the experienced world; and that imagistic
simulation provides the thought-experimenter with a quasi-perceptual analogue to direct perception through which they acquire novel empirical knowledge.
But for the most part the relationship is less explicit and more diffuse, being concerned with the core capacity of art to liberate and materialize imaginative thought, and to unleash troubling mutabilities that are, in Cruz's work, moral, biological, historical, racial, and sexual, to name a few imagistic